I Wayan Dayuh (1923–1966)

Dajuh never married and was intensely passionate about cockfighting.  Dajuh was only a minor member of the Balinese picture making group. Only four pictures by him were included into the Bateson-Mead Commission. (H. Geertz 1994: 103) He painted exclusively in black and white. (Hohn 1997: 84) first pic is 1/37, copies photos of drawings from other villages, and his own are crude, however one is striking design of Rangda protecting a thief by making the dogs sleep = B102 4/27 no co-artists

Dajuh was only a minor member of the Balinese picture making group. Only four pictures by him were included into the Bateson-Mead Commission.  (H. Geertz 1994: 103)  He painted exclusively in black and white.  (Hohn 1997: 84) first pic is 1/37, copies photos of drawings from other villages, and his own are crude, however one is striking design of Rangda protecting a thief by making the dogs sleep = B102 4/27 no co-artists


B102 Sorcery: man stealing from the temple. Rangda performs sorcery so that the people and dogs will sleep.

B103 Sorcery: Rangda and Barong.

B104 Story: Soeta Soma and Gajah Bermuka.

B105 Ritual: Mabiukaonan, personal purification.

Calon Arang

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Haks 525 Tantri

Haks 528 Sutasoma